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Online Services for County Tax Receipts Now Available

DATE: July 1, 2015
Tom Kennedy, Director
Records, Taxes, and Treasury Division

The County's Records, Taxes and Treasury Division (RTT) is enhancing services offered to County businesses beginning today, Wednesday, July 1st. Broward County businesses will now be able to file an application for a new Business Tax Receipt and/or change address information on an existing Business Tax Receipt here.

"We are pleased to continue offering more efficient services to County taxpayers, and are confident that County businesses will appreciate the convenience of being able to access Business Tax Receipt services online," said Tom Kennedy, Director of the County's Records, Taxes and Treasury Division.

All individuals and business entities that conduct business activities in Broward County are required to obtain a Business Tax Receipt. For the year 2015-16, the renewal period to obtain a Business Tax Receipt that is valid from Oct. 1, 2015 to Sept. 30, 2016 runs through Sept. 30, 2015. On Oct. 1, 2015, unpaid Business Tax Receipts for the 2015-16 year become delinquent and are subject to additional penalties and fees.

For additional information and assistance, please call 954-357-6200. For more information on the Records, Taxes and Treasury Division, visit our website.

About Broward County's Records, Taxes and Treasury Division
Records, Taxes and Treasury (RTT) serves as the County's tax collector, provides treasury services, and is the statutory repository for the Official Records of the County. The Division, part of the Finance and Administrative Services Department, collects residential and commercial property taxes, local business taxes, tourist development taxes, and other taxes on behalf of various authorities. The Division also records documents into the County's official Land Records, ensures compliance with Florida law relating to the preparation, accessibility, retention, and disposal of public records, provides Clerk to the Board functions including official County Commission minutes, agendas, and depository for county ordinances, resolutions, and the administrative code. RTT serves as an agent for the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to register and title vehicles, mobile homes, and vessels, and issue disabled parking permits, provides passport application services, and serves as an agent for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to issue hunting and fishing licenses.